Sunday Arts Magazine

Sunday Arts Magazine


Latest Episodes

Lightscape – Royal Botanical Gardens
June 26, 2022

Following enormous successes in the UK and US, Lightscape is making its Australian debut at Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne in June 2022 and will be a highlight of Melbourne’s highly... LEARN MORE

In Good Company – Ulises Resendiz
June 26, 2022

Roberto talks to the team about his play. Resendiz is a symbolic-surreal gay artist from Mexico, he likes to experiment with bright colours juxtaposing confronting ideas, sad and happy subject... LEAR

Here we are among us by Rawcus.
June 26, 2022

Here We Are Amongst You is the newest spellbinding work created by Rawcus. Embracing connection, belonging and being together, Here We Are Amongst You is choreographed by the 14 people... LEARN MORE

Under the Surface
June 26, 2022

The inaugural multi-dimensional public art Under the Surface, has come to life. Victoria’s newest public art experience follows the East Gippsland Rail Trail from Bairnsdale to Orbost. The project fea

Melbourne International Film Festival – 70 years.
June 26, 2022

MIFF is celebrating a milestone 70 years in 2022 so the program is in for a bumper year featuring an expansive program of acclaimed international cinema, emerging talent, local cult... LEARN MORE

Rohan Shearn talks the Arts
June 26, 2022

Rohan returns to talk about the Arts.

Deakin University – Audience Diversity
June 12, 2022

An ambitious new project aims to survey hundreds of people working in Australia’s arts organisations, to better understand why the sector’s stated goal of increasing audience diversity has so far... L

Tasha Lloyd “Public Holiday”
June 12, 2022

A call to action on climate change – Naarm band Public Holiday release debut single ‘The Bush’ The Bush is the first single from Public Holiday’s debut self-titled EP. Written in... LEARN MORE

Passing Strange
June 12, 2022

Passing Strange Book and Lyrics by Stew Music by Stew and Heidi Rodewald Created in collaboration with Annie Dorsen By Arrangement with Music Theatre International (Australasia) on behalf of Dramatist

Top Dozen Choral Classics – ACC
June 12, 2022

The Australian Chamber Choir have our ‘Top Dozen Choral Classics’ concerts coming up in the middle of the year for which we are asking members of the public to vote... LEARN MORE